Yes, I would say that's what I am, a bit of a Flaneur. Even as a teen I would spend hours strolling around the cities or towns I lived. In Washington DC I just walked, 6 hours one day and 7 the next day. The Arcades Project points out a "flâneur" is completely at home in this cross between interior-exterior because his own personal interior-exterior boundaries are also ambiguous".
Yes, yes! I love signs, wall ornaments, nature's art in its bounty, cracks in a wall, architecture, unexpected art forms.
It's a bit harder to be a Flaneur in the middle of Ohio and in a tiny village.
I do miss the old stone walls, the architecture of England, the pub signs, indoor markets, street art, victorian ironwork, graveyards and street scenes of Newcastle Upon Tyne.
Groat Market, Newcastle
description of the pub from Newcastle Pubs
History of Pub Names
Inn Sign Society with examples and history of signs
Grainger Market Newcastle Upon Tyne
all photographs by Jafabrit